An open-minded unbiased look at life.
ha! she has seemingly heard it possibly before all the poets wrote :)wishes, devika
This had the quality of Issa's haiku, as i have read it, Nalini...the previous one was interesting, too :)Melissa at Red Dragonfly -- brings us loads on Issa and haiku studies and her blog is fascinating; may be you would be interested :)http://haikuproject.wordpress.com/wishes, devika
And it smiles at day breakWondering at the beauty around.
Not only cicada...every animal, insect and bird cry.Btw, nice one. :)
Really very nice haiku.....
May be..indeed.. no, no, I am sure, yes..For I too sometimes remember my forest.. Well doen Nalini..
I learnt of cicadas in school when we were on an educational trek. I used to always wonder what that sound was, which I always associated it with night time when I would go back to my hometown in Gujarat (you don't get to hear cicadas in Mumbai).Lovely Haiku!! Brought back memories.
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